Video networking and streaming solutions provider Haivision is gearing up for NAB 2018, April 7-12 at the Las Vegas Convention Center. The manufacturer says plans to showcase high-quality low-latency video network solutions tailored for live broadcast and streaming workflows, powered by SRT (Secure, Reliable, Transport), the open-source video streaming protocol. And it will demonstrate Makito X encoders/decoders.
According to an Haivision press release, it will demonstrate its latest H.264, H.265/HEVC and HD/4K encoding, decoding and transcoding network solutions, featuring:
- Contribution and distribution workflows with Makito X encoders/decoders and the Haivision Media Gateway for multi-camera synchronized remote production, live interviews, international syndication and distribution of live linear content to OTT with ad insertion.
- Delivery workflows with the KB internet streaming compact and server-based encoding/transcoding appliances for 4K live event streaming, Haivision Video Cloud for cloud video delivery to broad internet audiences and Haivision Connect DVR for time-delayed video delivery.
- Enterprise communications workflows with the Haivision Media Platform for corporate webcasting for multi-site live all-hands and VOD, IPTV with set-top box device control and performance recording for training and research.
- Defense contribution and distribution workflows for the most demanding Intelligence, Surveillance and Reconnaissance (ISR) applications powered by Haivision’s defense certified streaming solutions, including the Makito X HEVC Rugged encoder, Makito XCR encoder and the Kraken CR encoder/transcoder.
More about Haivision Makito X HEVC:
Available as a single or dual-channel device, the Makito X HEVC decoder delivers HD video to 3G-SDI and HDMI interfaces with support up to 1080p at 60Hz.
The company says the Makito X HEVC decoder complements its Makito X HEVC encoder to deliver HEVC or H.264 1080p video with low end-to-end latency.
“The Makito X series continues to be the industry’s go-to encoding and decoding platform for high-quality, low-latency video backhaul,” says Peter Maag, chief marketing officer, Haivison.
“Now with an end-to-end HEVC video workflow and our SRT protocol, broadcasters can realize even more benefits for low-cost video transport over any bandwidth constrained network, including public Internet.”
Learn more about NAB 2018 here.